Month: October 2015

Blindly Endorsing Your Company is Bad for Your Career and for Your Personal Brand

Something that is starting to concern me greatly is professionals blindly endorsing the brand they are working for and not understanding the implications on themselves when they do. Equally concerning is brands thinking this is good for them. It’s not. My concern started with this article in Entrepreneur Magazine – Are You Team-Player Enough to …

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Event Organisers, Speakers… Hashtags & Handles I Beg You, Please

I’ve been attending lots of industry events in recent weeks – social media, content marketing, technology, and even a rugby dinner – and here’s the thing. It’s 2015 and still STILL event organizers and speakers aren’t appreciating the power of social media at events. We’ve got to change that. I’ll give you one example of …

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A Content Marketing Discussion with LinkedIn

I had the wonderful opportunity to speak on the content marketing panel at LinkedIn’s TechConnect 2015 with four great people – our host, Edward Bray, Head of Marketing, APAC, Marketing Solutions, LinkedIn, and my fellow panelists: Wynthia Goh, APJ Director of Digital and Social, SAP; Nikolaus Ong, Director, Marketing, EMC; and Catherine Ganapathy, Regional Account …

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